On my trip to Papua New Guinea I saw something that made chills run down my spine.
We pulled up to a light at a busy intersection. A young boy came up to our car offering to sell us something. At first, I didn't know what it was; then I realized he was selling peanuts.
Eighty-four years earlier another little boy was selling peanuts on the street corner in his home town. That six-year-old boy was named Zig Ziglar.
The chills came when I saw first-hand that it doesn't matter where you start. That you, and you, and I mean YOU, have everything inside of you already that you need to be successful - all you have to do is develop what is there.
Then gratitude took over as we continued down the road - gratitude that we all have hope, and gratitude that my brother Ango Wangatau is mentoring and teaching the young people of Papua New Guinea the Ziglar philosophy.
You are Born To Win, so go ahead and Live To Win!
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P.P.S. "Our children are our only hope for the future, but we are their only hope for the present and the future." -- Zig Ziglar